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Daniel Carter: the famous number 10 comes to the end of his brilliant rugby career

Daniel Carter: the famous number 10 comes to the end of his brilliant rugby career

Former New Zealand team's opening midfielder, renowned Dan Carter, announced at the end of February his retirement from professional rugby at the age of 38. Carter, who played 19 professional seasons, is a two-times world champion (2011, 2015) and three-times voted the best player in the world.

Patrícia Mamona

Three gold medals: the best Portuguese participation ever at the European Indoor Track Championships

Portugal won three gold medals in the European Indoor Track Championships. It was the country's best performance ever in a major athletics competition. 

Seiko Hashimoto

Seiko Hashimoto: who is the former athlete and new Olympic Games president?

Seiko Hashimoto is the new head of the Olympic Games. Last February, Japan's Seiko Hashimoto was appointed President of the Tokyo 2020 Organising Committee, replacing Yoshiro Mori, who resigned after making sexist remarks, associating the committee meetings' lack of productivity with women.

Rafael Nadal: a success history

Rafael Nadal: a success history

At the end of January, Rafael Nadal completed his 800th consecutive week in the world top 10, according to the ATP (Association of Tennis Professionals) ranking, reinforcing his status as history's tennis player spending the most time among the best in the world. 

An atypical Super Bowl crowned the Buccaneers and Tom Brady

An atypical Super Bowl crowned the Buccaneers and Tom Brady

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers won the Super Bowl for the second time (after winning in 2003) in the early hours of February 8 by defeating the Kansas City Chiefs, the then defending champions of the American Football league (NFL), by expressive 31-9.

PRYF 2021 postponed: meet us in Lisbon this coming October 23 & 24

PRYF 2021 postponed: meet us in Lisbon this coming October 23 & 24

The 13th edition of the Portugal Rugby Youth Festival, previously scheduled for April 10 & 11, is postponed until October 23 & 24. Move Sports, the event organiser, makes this decision in recognition of the uncertainty that involves the current pandemic situation, which still implies numerous restrictions to travel and sports events organisation.

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